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8 thoughts on “ Come Together - The Supremes - New Ways But Love Stays (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Find The Supremes discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; Meet the Supremes: Motown New Ways But Love Stays: Motown / Universal The Return of .
  2. Love Supreme is a compilation album by The Supremes, released on the Motown label. The album peaked at number ten in the UK and was awarded .
  3. The Supremes original version Background "You Keep Me Hangin' On" was originally recorded in by the Supremes for the Motown label. The single is rooted in proto-funk and rhythm and blues, compared to the Supremes' previous single, "You Can't Hurry Love," which uses the call and response elements akin to parpeinumbmatitheranibocamama.xyzinfo song's signature guitar part is said to have originated from a Morse code.
  4. 7" Single on 45cat: The Supremes - Love Is Here And Now You're Gone / There's No Stopping Us Now - Motown - USA - M
  5. Lyrics to Come Together by The Supremes from the New Ways But Love Stays album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! Come Together The Supremes Buy This Song. FAVORITE (3 fans) The Supremes. The Supremes was an American female singing group and the premier act of Motown Records during the s. Originally founded.
  6. This release was issued in a die cut "Uni-Pak" styled Gatefold cover. Exact release date taken from Hip-O Select's box set covering The Supremes 70's albums: This Is The Story, The 70's Albums, Vol. 1: The Jean Terrell Years.4/5(36).
  7. The Supremes - New Ways But Love Stays Lyrics | SongMeanings! Album Lyrics and Tracklisting The Supremes - New Ways But Love Stays Lyrics | SongMeanings! Album Lyrics and Tracklisting Come Together: 0 7 Love the One You're With: 0 8 Is There A Place (In His Heart For Me) 0 9 Na Na Hey Hey (Kiss Him Goodbye).
  8. "Stoned Love" was the anchor of this album, and, according to Mary Wilson, was supposed to give the album its title. It was the most successful of the '70's Supremes singles, reaching #1 r&b and #7 pop, in spite of Motown's skittishness in its release [believing some would think it pro-drug, and the title to be un-Supremes /5(12).

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